Definition of with good or bad grace in English:
In a willing and happy (or resentful and reluctant) manner.
- They seem to be very against any form of control for what they do, and I have never in my life met anyone who was willing to stop smoking with good grace when asked.
- If one has apologised, one should accept it with good grace.
- It was very hard fought, but always with good grace.
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